A few weeks ago, Google announced a new set of hardware optimizations that Google is using to speed up its Google Now experience.
Since then, Google has continued to update hardware versions of its Android software and support for the latest Android devices.
But in the last week or so, Google also announced the launch of a new hardware feature, a new certification system for hardware that is based on Google’s own certification processes.
Today, Google rolled out the first preview of these new features, known as Hardware Hardware Preview, which is a preview that can be installed onto Android devices with a simple reboot.
The system allows OEMs to preview hardware features that are designed to improve the device’s user experience and ease the installation of new software on the device.
This process can help speed up the process of purchasing new hardware for a new device, as well as speed up device upgrades and other support.
This preview can be downloaded and installed by Google’s hardware partners, but it can also be used by anyone who wants to see what new hardware features the company is bringing to Android.
For example, you can check out the preview from the Android Market and use it to see if your device is eligible for the Hardware Hardware preview.
If your device qualifies, Google will send you an email with instructions on how to download the preview.
Here’s how to check out Google’s new hardware preview system for devices running Android 8 or above: Launch Settings > About Phone.
Scroll down to the Hardware section, and tap Hardware Preview.
Tap OK to begin.